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#1446 - Nostalgia: Dragon Ball

ENGLISH

It has been awhile since I posted something under this Nostalgia category apparently, haha. Anyway, I don’t have much time now so here we go :D… 639 more words

Presents

T509: Participation Rubric Draft

T509- Massive: Online Network Participation Rubric

(Draft: Sept 17; Revision: October 8)

Personal Compass: I would like to learn how to evaluate MOOCs and other large-scale learning environments, and identify the characteristics that make those spaces successful. 208 more words

Harvard

Teaching History at the Intermediate Level: PED 3183

Welcome!

I look forward to my third opportunity to share best practices and historical thinking concepts with my students this year. I am especially excited to learn my teacher candidates – your new eyes and ears and creative strategies are a continued inspiration! 201 more words

Ideas

Grading Journals

I have a massive stack of journals to grade this weekend.

We are done with social studies for the nine weeks, SO I must grade journals and prepare them to go home for parents to enjoy with their students. 144 more words

Shining The Light At School

Blogging: Transformational Learning

Do your students blog? What about you? I hope you will enjoy this post about adult & student blogging – there is a student blogging rubric at the end that I hope you can modify and use for your students this year. 18 more words

Student Blogs

Formalism, Constructivism, and the RaiderWriter Rubrics...

While taking into consideration the fact that the article by Martin Nystrand, Stuart Greene, and Jeffrey Wiemelt (1) is from 1993 and Albert Kitzhaber’s (2) essay is from 1963, both address issues that arise in Texas Tech University’s (“TTU”) First Year Composition (“FYC”) program and there is some evidence of the formalist and structuralist movements in both the assignments themselves and the rubrics by which we grade them. 383 more words